After a bright, summery start to the week, showers and thunderstorms are coming to Germany and the temperatures are dropping. "The temperature curve is gradually pointing downwards in the second half of the week," said the German Weather Service. The risk of showers and thunderstorms is increasing and the drought should finally be alleviated across the board.
According to the meteorologists, after the fog has cleared, it will initially remain mostly clear and dry on Sunday. In the course of the day, cumulus clouds will appear and there will be a risk of showers, especially in the mountains. In the northeast and east, temperatures rise to 21 to 25 degrees, otherwise to 24 to 29 degrees. During the night it sometimes cools down to below ten degrees.
On Monday it will remain mostly dry. In the north there are not only sun but also compact cloud fields. Otherwise there will be a lot of sun at first and then cumulus clouds over the course of the day. There is only a risk of showers and thunderstorms in the extreme south-west and in the mountains. The temperatures sometimes break the 30 degree mark again. In the northeast and on the coasts, they rise to 22 to 25 degrees.
The weather will be more uncomfortable on Tuesday. Almost nationwide, the showers and thunderstorm activity with heavy rain is reviving and there is also a risk of thunderstorms locally. This does not apply to the south-east and the extreme north-east. It will be mostly muggy with temperatures of 25 to 29 degrees. In the north and northeast it stays a little cooler at 20 to 25 degrees.